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Key trends Conflicts in the region continued to be predominantly criminal in nature and remained very violent, even escalating in some instances. A militarised approach prevailed, often leading to unintended consequences as a result of heavy-handedness and allegations of humanrights...
Key trends In Myanmar, violence intensified and peace negotiations made no progress. Similarly, the conflict between the Philippines and the New People’s Army (NPA) escalated and talks at government level ended permanently.Incidents in Southern Thailand remained low level, but the Barisan...
Key trends Notwithstanding continued tensions and fighting, hostilities eased and violence declined in both conflicts compared to the previous year.Strategic implications The conflict is highly detrimental to the economies of Armenia and Azerbaijan. The war in Donbas had a catastrophic impact on...
Key trends Conflicts in the Middle East remain highly regionalised and internationalised; rivalries among external powers play out across the region.The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) liberated the last ISIS-held territory in Syria. ISIS adapted by resorting to insurgency tactics, in...
Key trends The Indian government had some success in reducing violence and partly regaining people’s trust vis-à-vis conflicts in the Northeast and with the CPI–Maoist group. In Pakistan, violence by the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) declined; 2019 was the first year since 2003 without...
Key trends Violence decreased in the conflicts in the Central African Republic, Nigeria (Farmer–Pastoralist), South Sudan and Sudan, while the Sahel registered unprecedented levels of violence and human displacement. Violence also continued in Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo,...
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